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The secret to healthy gums and teeth is to eat a nutrient-dense whole foods diet and avoid sugar, so found Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist who studied the diets and dental conditions of multiple indigenous cultures around the world, through several generations. Since most of us were not raised quite this way, here are some basic guidelines beyond diet for keeping your gums, teeth, brain, and body healthy:

• Floss regularly
• Practice oil pulling
• Use a water pik
• Keep bacteria levels down with a tongue scraper
• Drink wheatgrass juice – no more than 2 oz 2x day; swirl in mouth to clean gums, use pulp as poultice
• Remove mercury amalgams
• Use biocompatible dental materials
• Chelate mercury and other heavy metals
• Remove root canals and cavitations – can be focal points of infection (see My Root Canal Extraction Adventure)

avoid: sugar, mercury fillings, root canals, cavitations

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  • Darla

    October 28, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts about cavitations.

  • jude

    September 22, 2017 at 10:07 am

    Thank you for posting all this valuable information with
    your experiences. HUGE PROBLEM find dentists willing
    to do all supports, HOW TO PAY…..most of us low income. Seniors have most amalgams leaking, bridge and root canals need to me removed……30 years……Please advise….Dentist willing to let me make payments does
    not follow IAOMT thinks I’m little daft….good to be able
    to follow other protocols…..I’m uncomfortable vulnerable hearing horror stories from people clueless…..months trying to recover repeated scraping….infections ..anitbiobitics..
    hospitals……everyone deserves to be paid…..patients deserve proper care too!!! Any suggestions thank you

  • Julie

    September 22, 2017 at 12:18 pm

    Hi Jude,
    The only thing I can think of is to contact a biological dentist near you and ask if they can offer a payment plan. You can also try doing a fundraiser to see if friends and family will help you get this work done. You can also try getting a grant, check out as an example. There might be other sites for grants, do a Google search. I also wonder if there are government programs to help people with added medical/dental expenses. I don’t know myself as I’ve never researched that but you might ask around. Wishing you my best, Julie

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